A stack of services to keep you at the forefront of technology.

As specialists in cyber security and incident response, we provide a best-in-class service in breach mitigation, detection, response and recovery. We place our customers at the centre of our world. Proven through our outstanding customer service and an unwavering dedication and accountability which has made us such a trusted partner to our clients. It’s our relentless attitude to innovation that keeps our clients at the forefront of technology and our teams firmly focused on the future.

Simply being certified can reduce your cyber risk by up to 98.5%. And, it’s a great way to demonstrate to new customers and partners that you take cybersecurity seriously – helping you grow as well as stay safe.

An external risk assessment that allows you to gain valuable insights into potential threats to your organisation’s security, all without disruption. Through a non-invasive, non-intrusive external scan, Trustack assesses everything.

Virtual Chief Information Security Officer. Ensure robust compliance with ISO27001 and CE standards, while proactively managing and mitigating cyber risks to safeguard all aspects of your digital environment.

What is Penetration Testing?

Penetration testing is a method to test IT systems security by simulating attacks with adversary tools and techniques. Penetration testing is a way to verify vulnerability assessment processes, not the main way to find vulnerabilities. It’s like a financial audit for cybersecurity.

It allows organisations to perform penetration testing on a continuous basis, helping them to address vulnerabilities more quickly and prevent them from becoming security threats.
PTaaS offers benefits such as continuous security management, reduced costs and better adherence to industry standards. 

What should a penetration test tell you?

Penetration tests assess technical risks from software and hardware vulnerabilities, with variations in techniques, targets, and information sharing.
A thorough penetration test can confirm whether products and security controls are set up correctly.
It can also check for any known vulnerabilities at the time of testing.